That’s hard to say because they don’t make very many feature films. I don’t know if I can decipher what is wrong with them purely through Man of Steel.
2001: A Space Odyssey.
He’s a minor character with virtually no dialogue who is not developed in any way. What is there really to say?
I’ve seen the Joker handled different ways in the comics. No reason for it to always be the same in the films.
No, I have nothing planned. Sorry.
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I talked about how Nolan saw Inception as a grand heist film in the episode and quoted him saying “The problem is, heist movies tend to be a bit superficial, glamorous, and fun. They don’t tend to be emotionally engaging. What I realized after banging my head into a wall for 10 years trying to finish it is that when you’re dealing with the world of dreams, the psyche, and potential of a human mind, there has to be emotional stakes. You have to deal with issues of memory and desire.”
Not sure there is much else to say about Inception as a heist film.